Greg the Bunny

Season 1 Episode 4

Greg Gets Puppish

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Apr 10, 2002 on FOX
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Greg Gets Puppish
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The head of a puppets rights organization orders Greg to familiarize himself with puppish culture -- to the detriment of the show.

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    Seth Green (I)

    Seth Green (I)

    Jimmy Bender

    Eugene Levy

    Eugene Levy

    Gil Bender

    Sarah Silverman

    Sarah Silverman

    Alison Kaiser

    Bob Gunton

    Bob Gunton

    "Junction" Jack Mars

    Dina Waters

    Dina Waters

    Dottie Sunshine

    Drew Massey

    Drew Massey

    Count Blah / Dr. Aben Mitchell / Gay Bear

    James Murray

    James Murray

    Hurbada Hymina

    Guest Star

    John Curtis Crawford

    John Curtis Crawford

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    Guest Star

    Allan Trautman

    Allan Trautman

    Additional Performer

    Guest Star

    Victor Yerrid

    Victor Yerrid

    Tardy Turtle

    Recurring Role

    Donna Kimball

    Donna Kimball

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Jimmy: That is one pissed off bunny.
        Gil: I have a feeling this is going to end with puppets rioting in the streets. This is the Fozzie Bear verdict all over again.

      • Warren: Yes, you know, the boy is absolutely right. The way we puppets are depicted on television is deplorable.
        Gil: You play a professor.
        Warren: Not a good one. I'm drunk half the time.

      • Jack: What do you get when you add two pieces of ice with one piece of ice?
        Greg: What?
        Jack: Threezing. Brrrr!

      • Gil: ...but the, uh, the truth is -- and it pains me to say this -- uh, that outfit makes you look, uh, fat. I mean, really, really heavy.
        Alison: Yes. Yes. Absolutely. Like, morbidly obese. You know, like, people are going to say, you know, "What did he eat? Wilson Phillips?" She's not fat anymore, but there's three of them.

      • Jack: I once saw a street puppet in an outfit like that get hit by a car. Flew 30 feet. Looked like a clown shot out of a cannon. Except there was no net, so it was... funny in a different way.
        Warren: Oh, God. You know something? I wish one of the voices in your head would just tell you to shut the hell up.

      • Greg: ...then, he reached out--
        Janice Lookalike: He touched you?!
        Tardy: Nobody's 'upposed to touch me where my bathing suit covers!

      • Dottie: Okay! She wasn't my friend, she was my maid! Okay?! My maid was a puppet! Is that what you wanted to hear?! Does that make you happy?!
        Warren: Hey, my maid's a puppet. You know, she's terrible, but she's illegal, so I can pay her dirt.

      • Warren: Well, you guys cover your asses faster than the new guy in D Block.

      • Greg: (Voiceover) The philosopher Wittgenstein once wrote that, since it is through language that we think, it is language that limits us. And while the Puppish language may have 16 words for "furry," it apparently has no word for "Jimmy." If you ask me, that just blows.

      • Gil: ...and our little friend, Greg... Beetle-Beetlejuice.
        Greg: It's Bizzlebosh. I think. And don't say "Beetlejuice" two more times.

      • Greg: (Voiceover) So much of life comes down to choosing sides. Growing up, Jimmy and I were always on the same side. Mostly because no side ever wanted either one of us. Except in softball, where I was quite the stud. But, uh, you know, in all fairness, only because my strike zone is smaller than the ball.

    • NOTES (4)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Alison: ..."What did he eat? Wilson Phillips?" She's not fat anymore, but there's three of them.

        Wilson Phillips is a singing group made up of Carnie and Wendy Wilson, and Chyanna Phillips. Carnie Wilson dealt with weight problems until she underwent gastric bypass in 1999.

      • The line, "I have a feeling this is going to end with puppets rioting in the streets. It's the Fozzie Bear verdict all over again," refers to the riots after the Rodney King verdict.

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